Sophomores: Nick Andre, Danny Angelastro, Kwame Carlor, Jake Dembow, Ray Fiumefreddo, Brock Flynn, Aubrey Holmes, Oghogho Igbinosun, Jared Katchmar, Steve Kearns, Patryk Krakowski, Jesse Mezzacappa, Keith Mitchell, Perry Myers, Kiely Nagle, Warren Patafio, Josh Peterson, Paul Rabito, Alan Ramirez, John Scanlon, Jason Tillery, Neil Walsh, Ryan Weston.
Juniors: Christopher Byron, Ryan Coger, Dan Cooper, Daniel Diaz, Obozua Ehikioya, Kyle Gannon, Adam Hensen, Tim Keegan, Trevor LaBarbera, Joe Macho, Brian McLaughlin, Patrick Pizzarelli, Bradley Rowe, Adalberto Ruiz, Matthew Semerano, Dan Smith, Nick Teodosio, Mike Wilson, Matt Wolfman.
Seniors: Tim Aulet, Shawn Casadiego, Mark Clavie, Chris Collins, Huck Correia, Mike DiGiaimo, Daniel Dulac, Frankie Farrington, William Flooks, D.J.Ford, Kevin Frederick, Trevor Gavin, Anthony Glover, Dan Greenip, John Lyons, James McGrath, Stephen McGrath, Dan Peckham, Daniel Plant, Prince Prempeh, Lennie Ramirez, Nick Salis, Michael Sangiorgi, Andrew Smith, Patrick Smith, Michael Walsh.
Marist College Red Foxes Football
MAAC Championship Recap
The Marist football team defeated Iona 17-14 to clinch a share of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Football League championship for the second straight season. A 29-yard field goal by senior kicker Chris Collins with under two minutes to play provided the winning score for the Red Foxes. Marist scored the game's final 17 points after it fell behind 14-0 in the second quarter. Collins' field goal came at the end of a 12-play, 76-yard drive which ran 4:39 off the clock. On the ensuing drive, Iona reached the Marist 25, but a 42-yard field goal attempt by the Gaels' Chris Lofrese fell short with 29 seconds remaining. The Red Foxes then ran out the clock.
Marist and Iona both finished MAAC play with 2-1 records, as did Duquesne, who defeated La Salle 51-8 to make it a three-way tie for first place in the league. Marist finished their season at 3-8 overall, ending the season by winning their last two games following a 37-34 triple overtime win against Georgetown. Coach Parady was named the MAAC Coach of the Year and freshman safety Rory Foley was named Co-Rookie of the Year. Additionally, 14 Red Foxes earned All-MAAC honors and nine players were named to the conference's All-Academic team.